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Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

Navigating the Ever-Changing AEC Business Development Landscape - Part 2: Virtual Edition

Zoom webinar! Link to be sent to registrants prior to call.


8:30 am - 10:00 am



Domain 1: Marketing Research

Domain 3: Client and Business Development

Back in February when our world looked very different, Mindy Lyle provided us with tips and tricks to navigate the ever changing AEC BD Landscape. And wow, how things have changed! She’s back with an update on what these changes mean for our industry and business development. Didn’t attend the February event? No problem, you’ll still come away with helpful tips and tricks!

What It Costs
  • Registration Deadline: June 22, 2020
  • Member: $0
  • Non-Member: $15
What You'll Learn

Regardless of industry, business development at its core is about the people in your network, but what happens when you can’t go out and connect with people? In this program, we’ll talk about strategies to use this time and technology to your advantage to build your network and utilize existing clients, contacts, public records, and other data to advance your personal and professional BD goals. This program will teach you how to take the first, short-term steps that lead to long-term business development success, for you professionally and for your firm financially...but now, virtually! You’ll learn about the changes in our profession and markets as well as strategies for BD success in a socially distant world.

Additional Details

Event Speakers

Mindy Lyle

Director of Business Development


Mindy Lyle has over 35 years of marketing and business development experience in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. She has held senior positions with recognized industry leaders including Clark Construction, Halley & Aldrich, and Leo A Daly. Throughout her career, Mindy has been responsible for the development and implementation of marketing plans, public relations, capture strategies, project tracking, new client growth programs, and networking initiatives. Her project initiatives have ranged from very small to billions of dollars. She has successfully developed project teams and strategies for both government and private sector projects.